INSPIRE.  ENCOURAGE.  CHALLENGE.






TO TAKE ONE STEP TOWARDS YOUR UNKNOWN.

Hi! I'm Kristin.   

The face behind Thrill of the Unknown.

Your unknown is that dream or idea that feels too big and too scary to accomplish.  The one that makes you wonder, "can I really do this?"    

Well, I think you can.

I'm on a journey towards conquering my unknowns and my mission is to help you make progress towards yours too.

p.s. if you find yourself wondering "who is this Kristin person?" click here to learn more about me.

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Happiness is not the ultimate indicator of success

Spend less than five minutes on the internet or social media and you’re bound to run across a quote or thought process that happiness is the Nobel Peace Prize of human achievement. And it’s hard to argue against being happy.
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Creating, Love + the Allure of Problem Solving

I randomly stumbled upon Robert Fritz’s book titled Creating over the holidays and quickly devoured it. Creating is now officially on my re-read list. It’s jam-packed with too many ideas and concepts to fully consume in a quick reading session.
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Your Level 10 Vision: The Most Useful Next Step

You've created your Level 10 vision and you've got a general idea of what you want to work on next. Fantastic! Now it's time to take action.
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How to Create Your Level 10 Life Vision

I believe having a greater vision for yourself is super important. We rarely take the time to seriously ask ourselves: what do I want to try, achieve, and experience in the short amount of time I have left to be alive?
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Top 3 takeaways from my first NaNoWriMo win

As I mentioned to the awesome folks getting the Thrill of the Unknown newsletter (100% shameless plug), I was planning on participating in NaNoWriMo again this year. I’ve participated for several years now but never officially “won” and this year I was determined to see it through to the end.
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The ho-hum, unremarkable, and downright commonplace things in life

I don’t particularly enjoy grocery shopping or other mundane “chores” and “tasks” and “to-dos.” You know what I’m talking about. Things like folding laundry. Dusting. Paying bills. Re-filling the gas tank. They probably don’t mark high on your list of exciting things you do on a regular basis either.
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